• Go Big or Go Home!

    Go Big or Go Home!

    Katie West

    November 9, 2016

    “Students outside of FFA don’t necessarily realize just how long and hard of a journey it is to nationals,” said FFA President Hannah Jenkins, senior. This year’s 89th FFA National Convention was held in Indianapolis, and 42 Ozark students had the opportunity to compete for number one. “We...

  • iPhone 7

    iPhone 7

    Haedon Nichols

    October 20, 2016

    I have good news for all of you technology fanatics. On September 7th, the iPhone 7 and 7 plus was released. Although, most Apple supporters did not get the phone until recently since they had to order the phone online for $649-$969 depending on which model you get and how many gigs you get on it. T...

  • On the Edge of Glory

    On the Edge of Glory

    Jake Dralle

    October 12, 2016

    As the election grows closer and looms over America, the people are watching the presidential nominees with a close eye. On Monday, September 26th at Hofstra University in Hempstead NY the two nominees went head to head in a debate over many controversial topics to pull more voters their way. The deb...

  • Keep On Packin’

    Keep On Packin’

    Ashley McCulloch

    October 12, 2016

    Friends Against Hunger is a nonprofit organization that focuses on feeding hungry people in the United States and across the world. Each year, they hold an event called Meals A Million, with the goal of packing one million meals in the span of two days. This year, the Pack-A-Thon took place on October 1 and 2 ...

  • A Glimpse of a Different World

    A Glimpse of a Different World

    Elizabeth Parrish

    October 12, 2016

    Culture Club allows students to experience lifestyles across the world without leaving the high school. “Our focus is to celebrate and learn about other cultures in our world,” said Mrs. Fevold. Culture Club meets once a month in advisory. During this time, they discuss and announce information or an...

A Bushel and a Peck

A Bushel and a Peck

Elizabeth Parrish

The auditorium was full this last weekend. Students, teachers, family, and community members gathered to watch the OHS Musical, Guys and Dolls. This musical is based in Manhattan, New York during the 1950’s. During these times t...

November 30, 2016No Comments

Perfect Harmony

Perfect Harmony

Emily Orr

On November 5, freshmen through senior choir students went to All District Choir which was held at Southwest Baptist University. To attend this event students had to have passed through the audition process held by the O...

November 17, 2016No Comments

Ozark’s Got Talent

Ozark’s Got Talent

Alyssa Trower

The Youth Empowerment Project of Ozark had another successful year organizing their 14th annual talent show. It was put together by sponsors, Erin McAninch, Amy Sappington, and Jeri McCoy, YEPO president, Isaac Sherman, and ...

October 27, 2016No Comments

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Making the Nation Stronger

Making the Nation Stronger

Emily Woolsey

This election season has been a whirlwind. In the beginning of the season, there was a total of 22 potential candidates running for office between the two major political parties: fifteen Republican candidates and seven Democrati...

November 11, 2016No Comments

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A “Great” Start

Ashley McCulloch

The Varsity Girls’ basketball team is off to a good start this 2016-2017 season. On December 1 through December 3, the team traveled to Rogers, Arkansas to compete in the Great 8 Classic, a tournament ...

December 8, 2016No Comments

Swimming into State

Swimming into State

November 17, 2016

JV Volleyball Season Reflection

JV Volleyball Season Reflection

November 11, 2016

The State Experience

The State Experience

November 9, 2016

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